Franz Krommer (Kamenice u Třebíče, 27 de noviembre de 1759 - Vienna, 8 de enero de 1831)
Born in Kamenice, František Kramář, better known by his German name as Franz Krommer, made his career in the service of various noblemen, finally settling in Vienna, where he became director of music for the Court Ballet and later entering the service of the Emperor Franz I, finally as imperial director of chamber music and court composer.
Krommer's string quartets seemed to contemporaries to equal those of Haydn and rival those of Beethoven. He wrote a quantity of chamber music, quintets and quartets, a number of these involving wind instruments, in addition to trios and duos, all reflecting the style and taste of the period in which he lived.
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|Cuarteto de cuerda en mi bemol mayor, op. 5/1|
Cuarteto en si bemol mayor, op. 83 para clarinete, violín, viola y violonchelo